AMD has just announced that their Radeon R9 295X2 will be getting a promotional price. Available through specific retailers, and available to everyone not just OEMs the Radeon R9 295X2 will get a price drop down from $1499 to $999.
Asetek has announced their largest ever design win today in a press release. The deal is with an undisclosed OEM customer (which will be secret for a while) and for an unnamed graphics liquid cooling solution all their own. This ambitious project is forecasting a prime cash flow to the company in the 2 to 4 million dollars range for revenue and shipping and it is scheduled to begin by the first half of 2015.
ASUS as expected has announced their Republic of Gamers ARES III graphics card at Computex 2014. The ROG ARES III is simply an AMD Radeon R9 295X2 in a new form. AMD is not allowing AiB partners to use the R9 295X2 naming unless they use the reference design of the card.
PowerColor is showing off their recently announced Radeon R9 295X2 Devil13 at Computex 2014 this week. While most R9 295X2’s are liquid cooled with AMD’s reference cooler Power Color has gone with their own massive triple-slot air cooler.
EK Water Blocks has unveiled the first photos of their full-coverage water block for AMD’s dual-GPU Radeon R9 295X2. The EK-FC R9-295X2 is one of the few full-coverage blocks that features coolant channels that span the entire length of the card. It is designed this way so that the coolant is distributed uniformly to both GPUs, the memory, the VRM and the PCIe bridge.
PowerColor will soon be launching their Radeon R9 295X2 Devil13 graphics card, which of course will be the successor to the previous Devil 13 card that featured dual Tahiti cores. The card will most likely be the first custom-cooled R9 295X2 card as all of the ones that we have seen so far have used the reference cooling design.
Koolance has just announced a brand new water block for AMD’s Radeon R9 295X2 dual-GPU graphics card. The block is the VID-AR295X2 and it is a full coverage block that will cool the two GPUs, memory, PLX bridge chip and VRMs.
We have our first look at an AMD all-in board (AIB) branded Radeon R9 295X2 graphics card, which comes from ASUS. From the leaked photos / renders we can see that the card will ship in a large cube-like box. We are not sure if this card will come with the metal suitcase that AMD’s reference cards came in.
The official specifications and pictures of the upcoming Radeon R9 295X2 have been unveiled by the guys over at VideoCardz. These photos and slides give us all the information we have been wanting to know about AMD’s dual-GPU card.
As we get closer and closer to the launch of the AMD Radeon R9 295X2 we are expecting more and more leaks. The leak today comes in the form of the first benchmarks released for AMD’s new dual-GPU card.